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Sencha Ashikubo

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Green Tea
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  • “I tend to make tea at work and I have a tendency to over steep my leaves. While for me this tea has hints of grassy-ness its not over powering. I find I like to slightly sweeten this tea on the...” Read full tasting note
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    drew 5 tasting notes
  • “Very pleasant Japanese green tea. The leaves are very fresh and when steeped for 4 minutes at 75C, has the traditional herbal, "green" taste of Senchas but also offer notes of peach and mango.” Read full tasting note
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    lpmaurice 3 tasting notes

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This tea comes from the magnificent Ashikubo valley and has undergone a long drying process. What results is a clear, mild liquor that is slightly fruitier (mango and kiwi) and toastier (corn, hazelnuts) than other, generally more herbaceous, Senchas. An ideal tea for anyone starting to discover Japanese teas.

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I tend to make tea at work and I have a tendency to over steep my leaves. While for me this tea has hints of grassy-ness its not over powering. I find I like to slightly sweeten this tea on the first infusion and brewing a second infusion afterward adding to the first cup.

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Very pleasant Japanese green tea. The leaves are very fresh and when steeped for 4 minutes at 75C, has the traditional herbal, “green” taste of Senchas but also offer notes of peach and mango.

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